Taking a Leap of Faith Is the Only Way to Invest Right Now

Taking a Leap of Faith Is the Only Way to Invest Right Now

This week is do-or-die for the market, as the bear and bulls continue their tug of war.

This 'Modern' Stock Market Needs to Change

This 'Modern' Stock Market Needs to Change

For several years, nobody listened to those of us who actually did know that there was a fairer way to treat the public.

A Way to Exploit Algorithm-Induced Market Swings When Trading Biotech Issues

A Way to Exploit Algorithm-Induced Market Swings When Trading Biotech Issues

It can be disturbing to see various names lose value quickly on no news, but here is a method to take advantage of such moves.

Resistance, Poor Stock Picking and Lack of Momentum Keep Bulls on the Sidelines

Resistance, Poor Stock Picking and Lack of Momentum Keep Bulls on the Sidelines

The market needs strong follow-through to prove that it is returning to health -- and we are not seeing that yet.

Intermediate Trade: SPY

Intermediate Trade: SPY

We are probably tuning up for a run right back to 2800 in the S&P 500 over the rest of the week.

The Primary Index I'm Watching Right Now Is the Russell 2000 ETF

The Primary Index I'm Watching Right Now Is the Russell 2000 ETF

I'm still optimistic about a decent rally before the end of the year.

Market Panic: Bad for Big Funds, Great for Aggressive Traders

Market Panic: Bad for Big Funds, Great for Aggressive Traders

There is no question this is dramatic and ugly action. The big question is what do we do at this point?

Utilities Are About to Break Out: Chart

Utilities Are About to Break Out: Chart

Here's why you should own the most boring sector in 2018.

ETFs vs. Index Funds: 4 Differences to Know Before Investing

ETFs vs. Index Funds: 4 Differences to Know Before Investing

Index funds and ETFs are similar in a lot of ways. Here's how to tell them apart, and figure out which one you need.

December's Climate Forecast: Stormy Winter Markets

December's Climate Forecast: Stormy Winter Markets

Rob Isbitts, chief investment officer of Sungarden Fund Management, says the investing climate is "stormy," and investors still need to moderate their return expectations from stocks.